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Leigh Robinson Warfield, SPHR

At the American Chemistry Council (ACC), we believe a great association begins with hiring and retaining the best employees. That is why we strive to establish a creative, respectful and challenging workplace that encourages employees to step out of their comfort zones and grow and thrive in their roles as the backbone of our organization. 

For almost 150 years, our association has been a staple of DC’s political landscape, tirelessly advocating on behalf of our members and ensuring that the chemical industry continues to grow and contribute to the U.S. economy.

Our staff members have backgrounds ranging from scientific, regulatory/technical and legal expertise to managerial and administrative skills. ACC team members are proud of our organization, from its dedication to excellence to the precise execution of its mission and vision.

Our Culture

ACC Offices Reception Desk

At ACC, we believe that employee happiness starts at the very beginning, which is why we strive to recruit and retain high-performing individuals who are dedicated to making our organization a successful, positive, healthy and engaging work environment. Our employees are passionate about what we do and have a variety of expertise ranging from scientific, regulatory/technical and legal, to managerial and administrative functions.

What We Value

ACC employees are proud of our organization, from its dedication to excellence to the precise execution of its mission and vision. Our goal, first and foremost, is to provide the greatest possible value to our members. Our team has a commitment to performance and quality, and operates according to the highest ethical standards.

We value teamwork and are adaptable, reliable and accountable. We derive strength from our diversity. And, we show leadership at work and in our community, model integrity and aspire to make a difference.

About the Business of Chemistry

Billion generated annually by the business of chemistry
Of chemicals are produced by the U.S., the world’s second largest producer

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